“The villagers live in perpetual fear of the unknown, as they struggle to get their farms and go about their daily activities.”
“Women and children are the primary victims of violence in Niger.”
“We are winning souls silently, on our knees. We know that Satan has his hour but the rest of the day belongs to God.”
Threats, whether they are true or not, have undermined the social fabric of the region, which is not more than a hundred kilometers from Niger’s capital, Niamey.
“We need to see Jesus. That is the only way we can start walking back from the path of destruction on which we have all stepped.”
According to local sources, the kidnappers fired in the air to frighten passers-by and took the priest from his car, leaving it on the road.
Sister Annelvira Ossoli, Sister Vitarosa Zorza, and Sister Danielangela Sorti may eventually become saints as their Causes will be promulgated.
The Christian leaders say that they “totally agree” with the Vatican’s stand that what is to be blessed needs to be “objectively and positively ordered to receive and express grace, according to the designs of God inscribed in creation, and fully revealed by Christ the Lord.”
Despite the recent murder of the Italian ambassador, there is hope for a brighter future in the Democratic Republic of Congo
In his viral message, Dr. Karanja has called on African countries to resist the vaccines, saying they pose “a major problem” for the future.
Since Biden’s election, the Egyptian government has hired a lobbying firm to assist with improving its image, despite the unconscionable human rights abuses perpetrated by Egypt’s authorities.
“Instead of trying to create special protections for people based on their internal perceptions of themselves, which can change over time, we should enforce existing laws and policies calling for the elimination of violence against anyone.”
“Parents should closely monitor their children in school and at home to detect any unusual behavior, which mostly goes unnoticed because parents are too busy with the affairs of their daily life.”
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Destruction Leaves Local Church in Fear